10.8.10

A London Interruption



I interrupt my Tokyo gallivanting to show you some photos from my newly developed roll of film!


My amazement remains unfettered at the brilliance of my White Slim Angel.

Here are some photos taken on my strolls through my London:


Seller on Brick Lane

Brick Lane
Petticoat Lane




































































































































I used Kodak BW400CN film.


My aim is to snap everyday seemingly mundane occurrences and offer them to you in the hope that you will see them in a different light.


If...

You think...

"EFF ME I REALLY DO!!"

Then I shall be a happy fruit bat.


16 comments:

  1. I think the black and white really makes the photos seem different. they look awesome :) i love the no entry one. looks like its something i would see from the westside story. ^^

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  2. @mint

    Thanks Minty!
    I like that photo too esp how there is a bar called "poets" on the right.

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  3. glowy your such a creep!!!

    i love the "no entry" picture........desolate zombie raid....

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  4. @xppinkx
    I can always trust you to get my creepiness. Thank goodness for me china plate.

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  5. B&W always looks good.
    Love london.

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  6. @THE NYANZI REPORT

    Me too! London look great in B+W. Not to shoddy for a little toy plastic camera no?

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  7. These are really great photos! You have a good eye.
    I think I'm going to give some of that film a go myself.

    www.loloholmes.tumblr.com

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  8. Your images have a wonderful quality and energy. Love the No Entry image very strong. Well done. Xxxx

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  9. Beautiful photos! My favorite is the No Entry - Petticoat Lane!
    They have this timeless beauty about them!

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  10. wow! you really have a good eye and you take really good photos! i like all the photos esp. the "no entry"

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  11. absolutely love the look of that film!

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  12. I definitely agree that the b+w plus the dark/light effect of the lens makes the scenes look unique. Mesmerizing actually!

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  13. LOVE IT!! did you scan these photos after developing them? they look amazing

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  14. love the way the black & white film changes ordinary images into something different - the vignetting in the last image keeps making me scroll to it!

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  15. LOVE IT!! did you scan these photos after developing them? they look amazing

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